Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Are you ready to hop...

In just a few days the Stampendous team will be hopping with Tombow! For today's project I used a Tombow 4B Drafting Pencil  and Eraser paired along with Dreamweavers LX7021 Corner Flowers Stencil.


I colored the white cardstock with the pencil, using a sponge to blend it nicely. Next I placed my stencil down and erased the design. To set the pencil, I pulled off the stencil and gave it a spray of fixative or hairspray. Now lay the stencil back down and ink in color with Distress Inks. Because the stencil was offset a bit from the erased design, it left a cool white highlight around the flowers that looks almost 3D. All that was left to do was add a sentiment from the Royal Hearts Quotes set and some twine.

Be sure to check out what the Stampendous Design Team has whipped up!


9 comments:

Dee Ann Matthews said...

Wow! You can do the zero eraser technique in color! It's beautiful!

Lyn Bernatovich said...

Very cool result Wendy!

Stampendous said...

Wowzers! This card is fabulous! I love the color added back to the negative space, this is just a beautiful card! Thank you for sharing your talent and creativity with us!

BurningRubber said...

OMG!!!! This is stunning! I love how it looks so dimensional. I definitely need to try this. After all these years stamping, I am usually not surprised any morem but you have done it. Thanks.

barbara macaskill said...

Magnificent! I really love the addition of the distress inks and the white 'border' is so cool!!! AWESOME card! TFS!

Mary Holshouser said...

Beautiful card.
The coloring of the flowers is wonderful.
thanks for the hint about hair spray.
and thanks for sharing a great card.
Illinois

D.Ann C said...

Oh, this is beautiful and I love the 3d look! I am warming to this technique! Florida

Sue D said...

Beautiful colors and great technique.
Sue in Ohio

TracyM #6773 said...

GORGEOUS card - LOVE IT ALL!!!
THANK YOU for sharing this EXCITING technique and how you inked the revealed sections, it looks AMAZING!!!
Tracy from Victoria, Australia